Alla K. Woodson
GM, Services, Life Care Solutions, GE Healthcare
Previous: various supply chain and global customer experience roles at GE Healthcare, GE Lighting, GE Capital Latvia and Russia
Pluie Advisory Board AnnouncedFebruary 19, 2021
Pluie, a female owned and operated business based in Chicago, announced the launch of its newly formed board of trusted advisors. Pluie’s Advisory Board includes distinguished leaders whose focus will be to shape and guide the strategy of Pluie, working closely with the co-founders.
“Pluie now has six phenomenal advisors analyzing the entire operation of the business. Their expertise, invaluable advice and diverse networks are helping shape the future of Pluie,” said Brittany Hizer, Pluie Co-Founder and COO.
The Pluie Advisory Board members include:
Alla K. Woodson
CEO, Carat USA
Previous: various leadership roles within Dentsu Aegis Network, Ansible and Publicis Groupe
David L. Taiclet
GP and Managing Director, Lewis & Clark Partners – AgriFood
Previous: various leadership roles in the food and agribusiness industry including former President of 1800flowers.com Food Group
SVP, Chief Communications and Marketing Officer, City of Hope
Previous: various leadership roles at Walgreens Boots Alliance, AbbVie, Abbott and Pfizer
SVP, Acquisitions and Operations, Zillow Group
Previous: various revenue and asset management leadership roles at Colony Starwood Homes and startup investment experience
VP, Global Category Management and Strategic Planning, Brunswick Corporation
Previous: various strategic, M&A and operations roles at Mercury Marine, Life Fitness and Attwood
Pluie brings innovation to a decades-old problem: public diaper changing stations haven’t changed; they’re outdated, dirty and uncomfortable. Pluie is the world’s first and only self-sanitizing diaper changing table with a sleek, state-of-the-art design that looks great in every restroom. Made in the USA, Pluie’s patent-pending UV-C light system (placed behind a protection panel) turns on when closed and not in use, to sanitize the changing space. UV-C light is known to kill 99.9% of germs, bacteria, and viruses, including E. coli, Influenza and Coronavirus through a photochemical reaction that damages their DNA. It is the same UV-C light technology that is widely used today in hospitals to sterilize patient room surfaces.
“This is an important milestone for Pluie,” said Addie Gundry, Founder and CEO of Pluie. “We are honored to have six experts whose collective experience ensures Pluie has the guidance needed to successfully launch in the United States.”